Starring: Shin Hyeon-Jun, Choi Seong-Guk, Kwon Oh-Jung
Director: Park Seong-Gyun
Studio: Tae Won Entertainment
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About This DVD
In the kung fu films of yore, the world was only big enough for one martial arts master who must defeat everyone else to claim his title. But times have changed, and in a small village in Chungcheong province, we have not one but two masters. And they have the same name! Master Kim (Choi Sung Kook, Crazy Assassins) is a Geomdo (fencing) expert who spends his time playing arcade games and arguing with little kids. Master Kim #2 (Shin Hyun Jun, Guns & Talks), is a Taekkyun expert who whines all day and can't even take care of himself properly. They finally get a decent reason to live when they start fighting for the belle of the village, the daughter of the local Chinese restaurant owner (No Ju Hyeon, Seven Princesses). But then all their efforts go in vain, when yet another Master Kim (Kwon Oh Jung, Damo) joins the fray. He looks great, fights like a star, and can even sing a mean sonata. What can you do? If you can't beat 'em, join 'em!
Master Kims makes no secret about what its major goal is: laughs, laughs, and more laughs. And comic masters Shin Hyun Jun, Kwon Oh Joong, and Choi Sung Kook are the perfect recipe. Choi has become famous as one of the best Korean actors when it comes to making a fool out of himself, while the ad-lib prowess of Shin Hyun Jun keeps getting better. Other than sitcom regular Kwon, the film also features hilarious cameos from comedy mainstays like Lee Han Wi, Park Cheol Min, and even comedians Kim Byung Man and Jung Joon Ha. Director Park Sung Gyun has had an interesting career, having worked as assistant director for Jung Ji Young's Naked Being and for the drama Besame Mucho and written the script of horror A Nightmare. His debut film, Master Kims, opens a new chapter in the director's varied career.
|Audio Format:||DTS , DD 5.1|
|Video Format:||Widescreen 2.35:1 (Anamorphic)|
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